We all started the year with high hopes of what the new decade could mean for our jobs, careers and lives. But just three months in, many of us are scratching our heads and wondering not what big things we’ll achieve this year, but how on earth we’ll get through the next few months. And … Continue reading Jobs you can do in a crisis
This article is authored by Bridget Judd and is originally published by ABC. The $66 billion package includes relief for retirees, and a "safety net" for workers already bearing the brunt of the crisis. With no end in sight, it's sure to be a welcome relief for those who've been calling for a lifeline. But what … Continue reading Here's what the Federal Government's second coronavirus stimulus package actually means for your wallet and Centrelink payments
This article is authored by Margie Ireland, an Australian leadership coach and a workplace psychologist and a part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. This article is originally published in her website Connect-Inspire-Transform. Most of us look forward to time off or a vacation. After all we have worked hard to earn it. It … Continue reading Feeling dread about returning to work?
This article is authored by Emma Walsh, CEO Parents At Work and is originally published by Parents at Work. Competing pressures of work and caring responsibilities are adversely impacting the health and well-being of Australian working families. Government and the business community are being called on to do more to invest in and embed family friendly … Continue reading National Working Families Report 2019: Parents and carers need our support
This article is authored by David Leser and is originally published by Sydney Morning Herald. Eve Ensler, the American author of the era-defining stage play The Vagina Monologues, had every reason to fear and despise men, and to be reluctant to hear what ails them; from a young age, she was beaten, bruised, choked and nearly … Continue reading Boxed in: the fragility of men